Economic impact analysis

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  • The two projects have the same economic impact, in terms of generating income for factors of production and inducing additional expenditures, but the hospital has a higher net present value than the hole in the ground.

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  • In June 2001, independent research firm Computer Economics released the results of a study on potential privacy problems in different industry sectors. Banking and finance organizations were determined to be the most susceptible to privacy management problems. The transportation, wholesale, and retail industries also ranked high on the privacy problem susceptibility index compiled by Computer Economics.

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  • Civic Economics and HousingWorks are pleased to present this analysis of the economic impact of General Obligation Bonds issued since 2006 to support affordable housing. Background In 2006, 63% of Austin voters supported the issuance of $55 million in general obligation bonds to support the development of affordable housing in the city. Just short of $50 million has been expended and leveraged to obtain an additional $177 million in development expenditures, for a total expenditure in the city of $226 million.

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  • Transportation project expenditures create jobs and business activity directly. An economic analysis tool called Input-Output Tables (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Input- output_model) is used to quantify the direct and indirect jobs and business activity created by specific expenditures by tracking how dollars flow from one industry to another within a particular jurisdiction, such as a region or country. Care is needed when interpreting this information since the data are aggregated and do not necessarily reflect the specific program or project being considered.

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  • This book has two parts. The first part talks about general characteristics of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) as well as common steps that have to be taken during the accession process. Theoretical studies related to the WTO activities are also presented. Finally, Part I of this book discusses one of the most useful methods of examining economic consequences of being WTO member, namely Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Models. Part II continues analysis and shows application of CGE model to a specific case study.

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  • This is the second part of the book that examines process and possible economic consequences of accession to the WTO. This part considers economic impact of the WTO accession and takes specific country as a case study, namely Ukraine. Computable General Equilibrium model for Ukraine is built and several scenarios are modelled. The facts that Ukraine has sufficiently large economy and accession was finalised quite recently should make it interesting to a wide audience.

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  • The relationship between political democracy and economic growth has been a center of debate in the past fifty years. A corpus of cross-country research has shown that the theoretical divide on the impact of democratic versus authoritarian regimes on growth is matched by ambiguous empirical results, resulting in a consensus of an inconclusive relationship. Through this paper we challenge this consensus.

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  • Economic and environmental consequences of natural and man-made disasters have grown exponentially during the past few decades. Whether from hurricanes, chemical spills, terrorist incidents, or other catastrophes, the negative impacts can often be felt on a global scale. Natural Hazards Analysis: Reducing the Impacts of Disasters evaluates critical preparedness issues that emergency managers must face before, during, and after disasters of any kind.

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  • industry spending, analysis of the economic impacts of this activity, and projections of future drilling, natural gas production, and related economic impacts (Considine, et al., 2009, 2010). Unlike the previous studies, however, this report estimates the impact Marcellus production has on prices for natural gas and expenditures for natural gas and electricity in Pennsylvania. This report also presents an analysis of labor market and sales tax data that affirms the economic stimulus provided by the Marcellus industry.

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  • Foreign direct investment (FDI) flows amounted to 1,697 billion USD in 2008, while global FDI stocks reached a level of more than 16,205 billion USD.1 These figures underline the fact that FDI has gained an importance that is comparable to trade in providing foreign markets with goods and services.2 In addition, FDI constitutes the largest source of external finance for developing countries.3 Nevertheless, the global financial crisis had a significant impact on FDI at the end of 2008, reducing flows by approximately 14.2% compared to the all-time high of 1,978 billion USD in 2007.

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  • As well as pioneering a new, broader definition of environmental goods and services, this report has  expanded the scope of analysis to include activities within the broader environmental supply chain as  well as activities across the full environmental value chain ‐  including R&D, design and development,  installation,  manufacturing,  supply,  distribution,  retail,  maintenance,  operations,  consultancy  and  support services.

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  • Computable General Equilibrium— Microsimulation Model: Economic and Poverty Impacts of Trade Liberalization in Indonesia - Giới thiệu Chính phủ Indonesia đã tích cực theo đuổi tự do hóa thương mại đơn phương, song phương, khu vực và đa phương trong hai thập kỷ qua.

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  • This book has two parts. The first part talks about general characteristics of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) as well as common steps that have to be taken during the accession process. Theoretical studies related to the WTO activities are also presented. Finally, Part I of this book discusses one of the most useful methods of examining economic consequences of being WTO member, namely Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Models. Part II continues analysis and shows application of CGE model to a specific case study.

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  • This is the second part of the book that examines process and possible economic consequences of accession to the WTO. This part considers economic impact of the WTO accession and takes specific country as a case study, namely Ukraine. Computable General Equilibrium model for Ukraine is built and several scenarios are modelled. The facts that Ukraine has sufficiently large economy and accession was finalised quite recently should make it interesting to a wide audience.

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  • There has been many discussion about which strategy is better, fundamental analysis or tehcnical analysis. Technical aproach has been reinforced by trading software which can be used to predict price based on price simulation, where it uses models for each market without regard the underlying economy or fundamental which driven the market. Several recently developed programs help boil down the maze of economic and fundamental information into a form useful by traders who do not have formal training in economics.

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  • This report discusses the nature of investment in public transportation capital investments and operations in the United States, the ways in which that investment affects the economy, and the additional impacts of public transportation investments and services on economic growth in the United States.

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  • The actual discrimination in the market place against a minority group depends on the combined discrimination of employers, workers, consum- ers, schools, and governments. The analysis shows that sometimes the environment greatly softens, while at other times it magnifies, the impact of a given amount of prejudice. For example, the discrepancy in wages be- tween equally productive blacks and whites, or women and men, would be much smaller than the degree of prejudice against blacks and women when many companies can efficiently specialize in employing mainly blacks or women....

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  • Because input-output modeling is costly to perform, particularly for a particular situation, it is common to extrapolate available data to a particular situation. For example, the U.S. Federal Highway Administration assumes that, on average, a $1 billion of Federal highway expenditure supported 30,000 jobs in 2007 (FHWA 2008). This number has been widely applied, although recent analysis by Heintz, Pollin and Garrett‐Peltier (2009) suggests that actual impacts are somewhat lower. In addition, the models include many assumptions that may be inaccurate or outdated.

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  • Some energy crop species are rich in toxic chemicals (such as allelochemicals in Jatropha). These toxic oilseed crops can enter the food chain inmanyways. Research studies on the toxicity have highlighted the potential negative impacts on the ecosystem, including other plantsthatmightgrowinthevicinity. Pesticidesimpacttheenvironmentatseverallevels(fromproductionoffertilizerstocultivation ofenergycrops).Studiesshow that theenvironmental footprint iscomparatively largerduring the cultivation process.

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  • The evidence connecting social sustainability with profit and value building is presented in the second section and supports research the author presented at a previous PRRES conference (Kimmet 2006). This is vital support for justifying the understanding, and ultimately measuring, the social sustainability component of real estate. Finally, conclusions about capitalising on redefined sustainable real estate that values social aspects equally with economic and environmental components are drawn. ...

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